Beyond the Motor City

May 10, 6pm, Chao Auditorium, Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville

A Documentary Film about the Past and Future of Transportation

Watch the trailer:

Need a map? Ekstrom Library is served by TARC routes 2, 4, 29, and 94. It is also served by a plethora of bicycle facilities. Coming by car? There is pay parking at the Speed Museum or the "green lot" off 3rd street right past the overpass on the left.

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Correspondent Miles O’Brien says he’s saddened every time he returns to the Motor City and sees “the ruins of a once great city.” Pictured: Michigan Theatre, now a parking garage.


Using CGI animation combined with current footage of Detroit, the film brings the vision of the city’s possible transportation future to life. Pictured: Rendering of an intermodal station.

Brought to you by CART, Bicycling for Louisville, and The Center for Environmental Policy and Management at the University of Louisville.

Comments

Very cool movie!

Please let me know when and where it will be shown! I am really excted to see this movie!

It's playing in Indy on

It's playing in Indy on Thurs, May 20th. I hope someone can bring it here to Lville!

Time & Location confirmed

 
May 10 at the Chao Auditorium, Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville from 6:00-8:00 pm

This is the same day as the Transportation Alternative Fair that morning.